Brazil - Lack of grid connections keeps wind farms offline

BRAZIL: If 2012 was an exceptional year for Brazil's nascent wind-power industry with record low prices for new projects and a 67% growth in installed capacity, 2013 holds many uncertainties.

by Alexandre Spatuzza
Grid lock: Problems with the transmission system caused many power cuts last year (photo:Denise Mayum)i
Grid lock: Problems with the transmission system caused many power cuts last year (photo:Denise Mayum)i

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